bionic eye

Healthy Living
"I was happy and I was just laughing like crazy."
Good News
"His whole life we have heard, 'Nothing can be done, nothing can be done,' -- it's all we've heard, until now," Zderad's
Good News
"It was incredible," Hester says in the video from Duke Medicine about his new sense of vision. "It was bright and it was
Videos
After living in darkness for most of his life, a North Carolina man can now see thanks to a bionic eye.
Wellness
Roger Pontz was one of four people in the U.S. to receive a "bionic eye" -- essentially, a surgical implantation of an artificial
Tech
The implant received FDA approval in February, and now Humayun and his fellow researchers are in the position of getting
Los Angeles
“I thought it was a great idea,” Liu said to UCLA about the Artificial Retina Project. “But I asked, ‘What can I do?’ because
Wellness
This past week, the FDA approved the Argus Retinal Prosthesis System ("Argus II"), a medical device that is truly a major step forward.
Science
"The telescopic implant restores vision by projecting images onto an undamaged portion of the retina, which makes it possible
Wellness
The bionic eye, designed, built and tested by the Bionic Vision Australia, a consortium of researchers partially funded by
Tech
You may love your job, but filmmaker Rob Spence has taken his craft to another level. Spence and his team looked to cell
Tech
A bionic eye prototype developed by researchers in Australia aims to implant an array of electrodes in the eye that can deliver
Tech
The opportunity to jab yourself in the eye with a tiny computer display is one step closer, thanks to the ongoing work with
Wellness
Surgeons in Britain have offered hope to blind people everywhere after successfully implanting "bionic eyes" into two blind